All important questions and answers about Canadian citizenship can be found onThe official website of the Government of Canada
Please feel free to contact our Toronto West or North York office when you have more questions.
CUIAS Immigrant Services Adds Canadian Citizenship Education
Services Patrons Will Have Access to the most updated Canadian Citizenship Test
Prep questions for free
Toronto, June 2021 – The #1 ranking Canadian Citizenship Test App is
now offering CUIAS Immigrant Services users
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free. The program is designed to help all newcomers looking to get their
Canadian Citizenship. The tests and course can be accessed from via computer,
phone, or tablet and users have the option of installing the app on their
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Important Changes to Canadian Citizenship Rules
Come into Effect October 11, 2017
As of Oct. 11, the number of years a person must be physically present in Canada before being eligible for citizenship will be three out of five years, rather than four out of six.
Another change is that, only newcomers between the ages of 18 to 54 will be required to take and pass a knowledge test. Previously, the age range was 14 to 64.
There are also changes to citizenship eligibility regarding time spent in Canada prior to becoming a permanent resident such as time spent in Canada as a foreign worker, international student, refugee claimant.
The government is also rewriting the citizenship oath to incorporate a reference to treaties with Indigenous Peoples.
For more information, please refer to:
Changes to Canadian Citizenship Rules